An Indian scientist who was a part of the NASA team which had identified the landing site of the `Curiosity` rover on the red planet, today described the spot as "very exciting" and holding "great promise".
NASA`s Curiosity rover will land on the Martian surface at 0531 GMT Aug 6 and the landing process will be broadcast live from the New York City.
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